FluXion® Ester Technology

Unleash Peak Performance

FluXion® Ester Technology

FluXion® Ester Technology represents a revolutionary breakthrough in performance engine oil formulation. Our proprietary blend of ester additives is meticulously engineered to redefine conventional standards in the performance automotive industry, delivering enhancements to engine power and durability. With a focus on innovation and quality, our company is proud to introduce a product that not only meets/exceeds the demands of OEM certification and ACEA testing but also excels in modern engines.

FluXion® Ester Technology is not just another engine oil; it's a testament to XHYPE’s commitment to push boundaries of automotive innovation. With a legacy of excellence and a passion for performance, we present a game-changing solution that redefines what you can expect from engine lubrication.
Your engine deserves the best defence against wear, and FluXion Ester Technology provides exactly that. Enjoy extended engine life and reliability, ensuring your vehicle operates at its peak for longer.

Precision blended to win

Typical results

In a side-by-side comparison with conventional engine oils, our FluXion® formulas outperformed in key areas such as heat resistance, friction reduction, and wear protection. During our lab testing scenarios, we observed:

Results speak for themselves

Unveiling the science behind FluXion® Ester Technology, our blend boasts a molecular architecture engineered for precision. This structure ensures exceptional thermal stability, enabling the oil to maintain optimal viscosity even under the harshest operating conditions.

Coefficient of Friction Test

Measurement of friction between two surfaces
The Coefficient of Friction (COF) indicates how well the oil can reduce friction between moving parts within the engine, such as between the piston and cylinder walls, bearings, and other components. A lower coefficient of friction means less resistance between surfaces, leading to less wear and potentially better performance.

FluXion® oil showed 66% less friction

During testing, a typical 5W-40 oil produced a higher Coefficient of Friction, whereas 5W-40 oil with advanced Fluxion® Ester Technology demonstrated a much lower Coefficient of Friction indicating better lubrication properties.

Coefficient of Friction test conditions

  • Equipment used: Ducom 4-Ball Tester FBT-3
  • ATSM Method: ASTM D 5185
  • Load: 392N
  • Duration: 60 min
  • Temperature: 120º c
  • Speed: 600 rpm



Wear Scar Coefficient of Friction Test

Area of material removed by metal-to-metal contact
The Coefficient of Friction (COF) wear scar test focuses on evaluating the lubricating properties of oils, specifically emphasising their ability to reduce friction and wear between surfaces. This test provides a standardised way to measure how well the oil can protect engine components under simulated operating conditions.

FluXion® oil showed 63% less wear scar

During testing, a typical 5W-40 oil produced a 0.559mm scar, whereas 5W-40 oil with advanced Fluxion® Ester Technology demonstrated a much smaller 0.342mm scar.

This decreased Scar Ratio implies FluXion® was more effective in minimising wear and abrasion, indicating better protection for engine components.


Pressure Differential Scanning Calorimetry (PDSC) Test

Resistance to oxidation under specific conditions

Oxidative stability is a crucial property for lubricating oils, as oxidation can lead to the formation of acids, sludge and varnish, which in turn can cause corrosion, increased viscosity and the deterioration of the oil’s lubricating properties.

FluXion® oil showed a 36% Higher oxidation onset time

During testing, a typical 5W-40 oil endured for just 24 minutes, whereas 5W-40 oil with advanced Fluxion® Ester Technology demonstrated impressive resilience, lasting 37.5 minutes showing improved oxidative stability.

PDSC test conditions

  • Equipment: PerkinElmer Pyris 1 DSC Differential Scanning Calorimeter
  • Sample weight: 3.100mg
  • Heat: from 30ºc to 200ºc @100ºc/Min
  • Hold: 60min at 200ºc